Sidelined by COVID-19, Seattle's climate goals are back on the table, thanks to community and city council support.
Marcus Henderson’s edible act of resistance began with a single basil sprout. Now he wants to feed a revolution and redefine public space.
With 100-year floods occurring twice a decade, a dam could offer relief — or endanger salmon and ecosystems.
The Elliott Bay Fishing Pier was a diverse hub where locals connected with surrounding nature. Will it ever come back?
Ken Wu catalogs and measures British Columbia’s biggest trees in order to protect them.
Armed with lessons from the pandemic, and with Indigenous knowledge, we can honor Earth Day in lasting ways.
By studying how Indigenous societies use fire, ecologist Ernesto Alvarado is learning how we can fight wildfires.
Washington gardeners are growing food in P-Patches and backyards to boost morale and community food supplies.
The county's plan to open quarantine sites in Kent and White Center exposes the fissures already present in our society.
Despite setbacks, the young activists behind the landmark suit say they'll continue their court battle to enforce climate mitigation.
The federal government helped make the islands a national monument. But locals worry a Trump-era focus on making public lands productive could be their undoing.
'Art from Ashes' commemorates 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz.
This year's Creative Capital awards reveal a recent uptick in local winners.
In the Northwest and beyond, young people helped the climate movement go mainstream this year. Where should it go from here?
Refuting fast fashion, a Seattle artist stitches new looks from old clothes.
The region is poised to lead the way in electric flight thanks to an ambitious partnership between MagniX and Harbour Air.